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Ive always read about the Salem Witch Trials but never thought I would have the opportunity to visit Salem. Now that i have i love the old charm of the city and its “witch” history. This memorial is pretty cool, it includes a cemetery and...More
Near the Old Burying Point Cemetery, is the Memorial of the Witch Trials also called Salem Witch Trials Memorial. Its a sad Place but also a to do when youre in Salem. On The Stones are written the Names of all Woman and Men who...More
This is a must see for visiting Salem. You can't miss this place it is right in the middle of town. I took so many pictures. I loved reading the notes and letters from the relatives on the benches. It is a little creepy but...More
This isn't a big memorial but simple and well done and doesn't take much time to do. It sits in the middle of the town surrounded by buildings and is right next to the Old Burying Point. The memorial is basically a wall and slabs...More
Peaceful memorial park for those executed during the Salem Witch Trials. Easy to find and Salem is only a short commuter train journey from Boston. Lots to see and discover and nice eateries and witchy shops.
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Thanks for your question! yes, this is entirely open, and without charge. You can walk right up to the "benches", leave a flower or a note, something people do frequently, especially if they are descended form one of the... More
Thanks for your question! yes, this is entirely open, and without charge. You can walk right up to the "benches", leave a flower or a note, something people do frequently, especially if they are descended form one of the victims, or just sit there to think.Sitting on the actual benches is not expressly prohibited, but many people don't like this.